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RUFC - More or less fit squad for Sunday

RUFC - More or less fit squad for Sunday

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore told MillersWorld that he has almost a fit squad for the FA Cup game at Wealdstone on Sunday.

'Micky Cummins is out with a groin strain,' Moore said. 'We missed Nicky Law last week but he's fine now and he looks nice and sharp. He's got that bit of pace and flair that excites people and we'll need him to be at his best for this game. At the moment he's playing on the right wing but I think he can play in midfield as part of a three or just behind the front two. But, that's what we are looking at for the future rather than this game.'

Ronnie was asked about bringing in loan players and he said, 'League clubs don't really want their players loaned out to play in the FA Cup so it's been difficult to get any in. But, we aren't a million miles away from getting a few in though it looks like being for the Port Vale game now. I don't want to go on about it because we've got a big cup game next and I don't want to upset people.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday November 6 2009
Time: 7:07PM

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I like to see Law on the wing
herringthorpe
06/11/2009 19:33:00
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Is Drew Broughton still any good? He used to be a decent player at the Harriers a few years back but didn't score many goals. He does seem to pop up with a few more these days though.
Kevinho
06/11/2009 21:52:00
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He was injured in pre-season so hasn't played that much tbh. Not scored as many as we all thought he would.
herringthorpe
06/11/2009 22:55:00
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